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Hankook ATM RF10

I've been spending a lot of time researching different A/T tires and ran across the Hankook ATM RF10. Many articles and reviews give this tire glowing marks both on-road and off. They also seem to have a size selection comparible to the BFGs at about $100 less. Anyone out there running these that can comment on how they wear?

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I can only find the hankook dynapro AT rf08 but personally i dont like how the tread looks. not saying it wouldent be a good product just i like more of a aggressive pattern. nitto terra grapplers are good and you can get them at a good price as well. site with the best prices i have found for several tires is rimzoneonline just for more comparisons, GL though in the search

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The RF10 and the Terra Grapplers have essentially the same tread pattern.

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Where would you say the BFG A/Ts fit compared to these two, other than the BFGs being more expensive?

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What about these ?

Price seems pretty good too , I'm thinking about them .
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In my experience in modifying Toyota Trucks, The Nittos are not very good in the wet. The Hankooks have great wet weather response - from the revierws I have read.

I would consider those, but they do not offer white letters. Ineed the whites!!!

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Thanks for the info on the Nittos.

I like those MTs but my wife has specifically told me that she doesn't want a tire that humms that much since this will be our primary travel vehicle. I used to have Mastercraft Courser MTs on an Isuzu Trooper and she hated it.

One of the articles I read placed the Hankook tire above the BFGs for performance.

The Hankook seems to have the best of both worlds with a good price. I have to start saving my pennies now and order them on a set of Ballistic Jesters.

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I also saw the Hankook and thought it may work. Let me know what you decide as i'll looking to get some in spring.

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I saw the rm10's on n f150 at my store. Looked good. Couldnt speak with owner about how they handled. Just wish they were white.

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I had hankooks on my durango that lasted a little over 70k, on and off road, and we have then on my wifes highlander and they are working out perfectly. For the price, they last and work great. I used to run toyo's on her highlander but these work the same.



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I have had these Hankooks on my tundra for about 5000 miles now they are 275 65 18 and I love them. We had 2 inches of sleet/ice and about 6inches of snow on top of that and they handled it like a champ. I opted for the 10 ply but they are offer in less, so far there is no visible wear, cuts, or chucks taken out unlike the stock BFGs I had before. They also handle good on the highway, no hum or vibrations. Here is a link to my post over on tundra solutions when I bought them for some pics.

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In my experience in modifying Toyota Trucks, The Nittos are not very good in the wet. The Hankooks have great wet weather response - from the revierws I have read.

I would consider those, but they do not offer white letters. Ineed the whites!!!
Mine are great on wet roads

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I have had these Hankooks on my tundra for about 5000 miles now they are 275 65 18 and I love them. We had 2 inches of sleet/ice and about 6inches of snow on top of that and they handled it like a champ. I opted for the 10 ply but they are offer in less, so far there is no visible wear, cuts, or chucks taken out unlike the stock BFGs I had before. They also handle good on the highway, no hum or vibrations. Here is a link to my post over on tundra solutions when I bought them for some pics.

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Look great, Thanks!

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Mine are great on wet roads
Mine are too and I am running the Mudgrapplers. although, not much rain here in AZ....

As for the Hankooks, The RF10 ATM is a great tire. Hankook has put a lot of purpose into the design and its showing in the reviews.

Here's a couple links to more info on them. We have been getting a lot of questions on this tire so sorry if I have posted these already.

Hankook FR10 AT/M Click "Product Details" under the image for more Features and benefits.

Hankook RF10 ATM -Youtube video

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Would HANKOOK dynapro do a good job on road, compared to Michellins at/2?
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